Mary Mack and Kaylee Walstad may be leaving their positions at the head of the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), but that doesn’t mean that they’re leaving e-discovery behind.

Mack, the executive director of ACEDS, and Walstad, its vice president of client engagement, will be leaving the BARBRI-owned organization at the end of October. Mack and Walstad will be performing tasks such as organizing webinars and curating social media through October 31, but then will be on to what Walstad joked “we’re calling it ‘Mary/Kaylee 2.0’ as we percolate.”

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